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    • Creighton Lawyer Fall 1991 

      Volkmer, Ronald R.; Raful, Lawrence; Pearson, Eric; Larson, David Allen (. Omaha, Nebraska, 1991)
    • Creighton Lawyer Summer 2002 

      Raful, Lawrence; Pratt, Robert W.; Shugrue, Richard E.; Kelly, Michael J.; Goosmann, Jeana L.; Schram, Jayne Vonnahme (. Omaha, Nebraska, 2002)
    • Creighton Lawyer Summer 2003 

      Shugrue, Richard E.; Fenner, G. Michael; Dickhute, Nancy Lawler; Hohman, Brian; Volkmer, Ronald R.; Raful, Lawrence; Browning, Jennifer; Bataillon, Joseph E.; Wirth, Eileen (. Omaha, Nebraska, 2003)
    • Duke and Robert M. Spire, The 

      Raful, Lawrence (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1995)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|I once asked Bob Spire who was his favorite musician. He asked me, in typical Spire fashion, to clarify the question. "Do you mean performer or composer?"| "Oh, composer, I suppose," I replied, knowing, ...
    • Foreword 

      Raful, Lawrence (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1999)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Like all law school deans, I am always extremely proud when our law school hosts a Conference for law professors, judges, lawyers and law students on an interesting and topical subject in the legal field. ...
    • Introduction to Fourth Issue 

      Raful, Lawrence (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1992)
      INTRODUCTION|It is a personal as well as a professional privilege to write this Introduction to the fourth issue of Volume 25 of the Creighton Law Review. I especially appreciate this opportunity because I teach Legal ...
    • Professor Barbara Green 

      Raful, Lawrence (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 2002)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The editors asked me to write an essay about Barbara Green. I thought that would be pretty easy, and then I sat down to type it out. It was only at this point-writing this sentence-that I finally realized ...
    • Professor Frances Ryan 

      Raful, Lawrence (Creighton University School of Law. Omaha, Nebraska, 1999)
      FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|The most important lessons we can teach in law school are that each human being is important and that people can change the world. If a new lawyer starts practice with those beliefs, then each client ...
    • Spring break with substance 2 

      Volkmer, Ronald R.; Raful, Lawrence (2003)